Really loved our design, looking forward to continuing to work with you. Design is sleek, modern, professional, and exactly what we were asking for in the brief. Great job!
- A N S Y S O F T
Very responsive and creative.
Excellent service. The designer was patient throughout the entire process and offered flexibility and guidance in areas where I was unsure and also provided alternatives to help me save money and time. I highly recommend him.
Great design! Super responsive! You knocked it out the park for us. Thanks again!
- Technology Wisdom
Great designs and work as usual. Will use again.
How Sagan Marketing, LLC started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We provide an CRM+ and document management for a long-haul trucking companies and brokers
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the web page?
Logo: See attached files
App: We have a mostly finished app that we do not want to show becauses we are unhappy with its current layout. We will want the app to fit seamlessly into the web site.
Our industry is logistics and transportation. Our competitors, if you can call them that, are truckstop.com, dat.com, and itsdispatch.com but their designs do not indicate the style we want... just a similar product of the kind of thing we are building. Again, please don't use their style for inspiration, they are just in our industry.
Home page - we want this page to allow easy login for existing customers, but more importantly, to entice other customers to use our product.
Subscription/sales page - this will be a monthly subscription type product... this is the page where they actually choose the level of product and subscribe/pay for it.
Dashboard - notifications, navigation, sidebar. This will be the page they see after logging into the app. We like the Google Material design concepts so relying on this for the foundation is a good idea. Please include forms (vertical/horizontal), table, modal, and button variations. The concern here is that we want our form to be able to take in a lot of data in a smaller space. We are including a competitor form not for inspiration of how to do it but for understanding of how much data we need on some forms. It may be that we need to go to a wizard to take in all of that data or maybe you can come up with an even better way.
What to avoid
Don't know that this applies, but please no flash stuff, something that can be done in HTML, CSS, AngularJS.
Please feel free to ask clarifying questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Again, the 4th image is a competitor's site that shows how much data we will need to take in. This is not an indication of what style we want.
The 5th attachment, PDF, is a very rough draft of the Home page text.